403(3): Analytical Solution of the ECE2 Force Equation of Orbits

Many thanks! I will refine the method and solution in further notes to UFT403, and Horst can add the numerical solution. In the present solution there is a singularity at cos phi = – 1 , so I wish to find another solution without this singularity. The basic method however seems to be fine. The general solution is the sum of a particular integral and a complementary function, as usual in the theory of differential equations.
Myron Evans <myronevans123>

Fantastic Myron. This is relentless progess. A privelege to witness it.

Subject: 403(3): Analytical Solution of the ECE2 Force Equation of Orbits

The solution is given in Eq. (26) and produces the same precession (40) as in Note 403(2), given the same approximations. The solution (26) is the sum of a particular integral and a complementary function. It also appears to be new to mathematics, it does not appear in the Wolfram online integrator for example. Precessions of all types can be described by equation (26), which calculates the precession in terms of only one spin connection component and which shows that the origin of precession of all types is the vacuum. The analytical solution is very useful because numerical solutions can be checked against the analytical solutions. The spin connection can be related to vacuum fluctuations as in recent UFT papers, and can also be related to the relativistic Newton equation.

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